02-14-2008, 01:14 PM
I'm just about as pleased as can be about the move back to Friday nights for the final season of BSG. Not that the Sunday time caused me not to watch faithfully but it was just better on Friday night. Hopefully this will translate into better ratings because there was something of a dip (if I recall correctly) when they went for the Sunday timeslot.
April 4th can't come fast enough and every trailer/teaser I see just makes me pine even more. I'm going to miss this show like no other when it's done but I can't wait to take the ride! :hearts:
Who's with me?
02-23-2008, 09:42 PM
I agree, Sunday wasn't bad but on Fridays it was like a little treat at the end of a long week.
I am sooo with you. This has been the longest hiatus EVER!!
As much as I will miss the best show on television when it is done, I am somewhat glad they are going out on their own terms and I know we are in for some frakking good television with an end game. (of course that is just what I tell myself to keep from bawling like a little baby:bawling:)
04-18-2008, 10:11 AM
I disagree with both of you, I think the sunday timeslot was perfect. Friday is a night I like to go out and now I have to wait till 11 to do so, I don't mind thw wait, the show is just to good to care, it's the fact I get to the bar or whatever at between 11:30 and 12 then I only got two and a half hours of chill with my friends time it's a little inconvienient, I work all week just for Friday only to have my hang time sliced in half by a show I love and can't miss. Anyway can't wait till ten. I have the day off today if you were wondering and with the TTC strike maybe on Monday I might have monday off as well, TTC is Toronto Transit Commision our public transportaion here.
06-14-2008, 09:10 PM
Ignore my above post, it replayed Saturday nights at 8. I'm also a tad confused spoiler fonting just in case some people haven't seen the end.Was the viper the fifth cylon?, if so it didn't appear as though Diana saw a viper in her vision, could they have just made that up.
06-16-2008, 10:30 PM
You know what - I found D'Anna's statement quite confusing myself. But maybe that's just because (as a non-English speaker) I interpreted her statement "not in the fleet" as either a) currently on the Cylon baseship with her, or b) as travelling as a civilian (fleet = military ships)
But wasn't the mini-finale quite something? The first half had me glued to the screen with my jaw dropped to my chest.